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TnE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3,1901.
Deer and Turkey Season r Opens November 1 5. . Qoses December J 5. We are getting In .303 and .30-30 rifles now in anticipation of a heavy sale Ihis year, as deer are reported plentiful. Our prices will compare favorably with gun stores east and west anywhere. 2,000 rounds of .30-30 ammunition, soft point, just received. We also make a specialty of loading" shotgun shells with buckshot and other large shot for deer and turkey. ' An elegant line of revolvers, hunting knivuH. pocket axes, hunting cloth ing, etc. Pinney & Robinson, GTJNS, BICYCLES, CAMERAS, Established 18S7. Phone 1171. Not on the Is this bacon, but in the piece, and will be sold by the piece only on Monday. November 4.' We will sell 5,000 pounds of Eastern ' Bacon for 10c Per Pound Not more than two, pieces to each purchaser.. t 500 pounds Chew ing Tobacco at 30c Per Pound No dealers allowed to purchase at this sale. We are full of bargains. Watch our special sales. They are the warmest things ever turned loose In this valley. McKEE'S CASH STORE HEW SCHOOL HOUSES One at Five Points and One in Brill Addition. Phoenix will have two new school buildings to be erected with the little more than $22 000 derived from the sale of the school district No. 1 bonds. One of them will be built at - Five Points, where the district has owned real es tate for some time. The other loca tion determined at a meeting of tax payers last night, will be In Brill's ad dition within territory bounded by Fourth street on the west. Seventh street on the east. Pierce on the south and Baltimore on the north. Another candidate for location was oSTered: a broad area covering the Linville and Montgomery additions. The selection of a building site was arrived at after considerable debate, but when a vote was reached the con test was quickly concluded by a vote of 15 to 4. MATTERS OS" RECORD. The following instruments reported by the Phoenix Title Guaranty and Ab stract company were filed for record In the county recorder's office yesterday: C. F. Megquler and wife to Jessie A. Ross, deed to undivided of lots 4 and 6, and e 3, Harbert's subdivision; con sideration, $5. Mrs. Ross Chrlstenson and husband to Mrs. Margaret J. Jones, deed to lot 6, block 13: consideration, $900. D. F. Hurley and wife to George C. West.- deed to lot 44. LaVilla Place; consideration, $1. Louis Dominguez to Alonzo F. Bell amy, deed to lots 13 and 15, block 9. Goldman's addition; consideration, $90. o BIG JIM PARKER LEFT OUT. There Is trouble ahead for District Attorney , Penney of Buffalo, who had charge of the prosecution of Czolgosz. "Jim" Parker doesn't like it because he wasn't called as a witness in the trial. He told about It in his Washington .lecture. We quote from the Post's re port of the lecture: " 'I was not at the trial though,' concluded Parker, in an injured tone. 'I don't say this was done with any Intent to defraud me, but it looks mighty funny, that's all. Because I was a waiter Mr. Penney thought I had no sense. At the proper time I am going to show him better than I can tell him that he is fooling with the wrong man." " Now. what's Parker going to do with Penney? Will he go to Buffalo and run for district attorney against him? Savannah (Ga.) News. Hog TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS. 40 North Center St., Phoenix. GO TO McKELLIGONS LIQUOR ... STORE. Where you can get the finest hand made ten-year-old Sour Mash. Bourbon and Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies. No. 16 K. Washington St. NEW MANAGEMENT. The Capitol Chop House Is now und;r a new management, which will conduct the place. as a first-class oyster and chop house, also serving regular dinner bills. Mme. F. E. Phillips, the well-known hairdresser and manicurist of Los An geles, Cal., is now In Phoenix with a full stock of hair goods and. toilet articles. She hopes to have calls from the ladies of this city and vicinity. Rooms 1 and 2 Gooding building, opposite Hotel Adams. .... AN ECLISPE Almost total, will be visible in Phoenix, beginning tomorrow night, November 4. and continuing until Chrtsxmas. When the restof the town is in dark ness Balke's Art and Curio shop on V,"rt-t Adams street -between -Center and First avenue will be brilliantly lighted until S o'clock, so that the most beau tiful' and elaborate stock of Artists' Materials and Curios gathered from all parts of the world may be plainly seen. The people are invited to call and talk over their needs in this line. The ladies of Court Floral 293. I. O. F., will give a social ball at Elk's hall. Tuesday evening, Nov. 12. 1601. No written invitations will be issued. All friends are cordially invited to attend Tickets 50 cents. ADDITIONAL, LOCAL. KEEP IN THE STREET. At the re quest of many cltieena Marshal Kinney has decided to give fair warning, and then begin the enforcement of ordi nances that have been hitherto disre garded by many who drive about the city. The streets are made expressly for the U3e of teams and vehicles, but it 'has been a common practice for driv ers to save time and distance by cut ting acros vacant lots. The princi pal objection to the practice is that it stirs up an annoying dust in such neighborhoods, and many complaints have been made. Mr. Kinney has posted notices on most of these im provised roads, and requests the publia to respect them. Hereafter drivers who cannot find the road, will have it pointed out to them by the police and at the driver's own expense. SEASONABLE HINTS. Guard Your Health in Fall and Early Winter. A change from warm to cold is al ways attended with more danger than from a cold to a warm temperature, hence the greater mortality from lung and throat diseases at this season of the year as compared with spring. The best protection against colds is ! not so much in extra clothing as In good digestion. If the digestion and circulation are good, colds will be unknown. Poor digestion causes poor circula tion of the blood and when In this condition severe colds are contracted on the slightest provocation. People who make a regular practice of taking Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets atter meals are free from colds, simply because their digestion is perfect, the heart strong and regular, and the whole system fortified against disease. It requires little argument to con vince anyone that the best safeguard against colds, pneumonia and changes of temperature Is a good stomach. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets taken after meals are dissolved and mingling with the food cause it to be promptly digested and assimiliated: they do this because they contain nothing but harmless digestive elements, which di gest meat, eggs and other food even when the stomach itself is weak' and flaccid. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets make peo ple well and keep them well, and the best habit you can acquire Is to keep dally use of them at meals to make the digestive organs strong and vigorous. STATEHOOD. While everybody is interested in the statehood movement and exerting every possible influence to bring about that desirable move. It is pleasing to note that there are some advantages that can be enjoyed now equally as well as after a new order of things has been established. Probably the most important of these advantages is due to the energy of Buxton.' who has ar ranged for the daily delivery of his Big Berwick Bay Oysters to all desiring customers. They are getting bigger and better every year. Mrs. Hornblower There is General Ledenhail over there, one of our most distinguished soldiers. Mrs. Daisycutter Indeed? What battle has he been in? Mrs. Hornblower Oh, not any yet. He has only just been appointel brigadier-general. Judge. J mst Received A complete line of Wrought Iron and Brass Andirons and Fire Sets. New Goods of Magnificent Designs. D. H. BLRTIS, PERSONAL MENTION.!! Mrs. J. K. Itrown and son of Chicago, are guests of the Ford hotel. T. M. Elder left fo the east Sunday morning via the S. F., P. & P. John Gibbons and wife of Chicago are at the Hotel Adams. Austin Jay and wife of Mora via. la.. are guests of the Commercial hott-'l. B. M. Butler and Samuel F. Whitney of Los Angeles, registered at the Ford hotel Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Henley and child of Iawrenoe. Kan., are guests of the Hotel Adams. Mrs. I. T. Woodruff of Kensington, Minn., and Mr. und Mrs. Dible of St. Paul, are guests of the Commercial. J. C. Cook and Mrs. Fannie Cook left for I-ufktn. Tex., Saturday night via the M. & P., escorting the remains of Charles C. Cook. Mr. Frank Crisswdl returned yester day morning from a visit on which he net out about the middle of the sum mer, and which embraced almost all the east. Mr. William Buckingham, represent ing Fairbanks Morse Company, ar rived in the city yesterday.' Mr. Buck ingham has lately visited the country about Globe, wheih he says was never more promising. Garrett Schuler, who has had charge of the 'office of the Colorado hotel at Glenwood Springs, Colo., during the summer, is visiting relatives in the city. He will remain here about two weeks and will then go to -Pasadena, where he yrlll rematnduring the wfnter. Those registering at the Commercial hotel, Saturday, were: . L. V. John ston, Wickenburg; W. S. Thurgood. San Francisco: T. S. Morris, Chicago; ii. F. Jennings, Portland, Ore.; D. M. Sheffield. Prescott; A. Barthe, I An geles; H. W. Stafford, Springfield, .: Theo. Hockmeyer. St. Louis; E. Swee ney, Los Angeles; J. N. iJaVis Mc Kinney, Tex. Those registering at the Hotel Adams Saturday were G. E. Kerlingef,' C. F. Packham. H. F. Adams and S. Glass. New York; I). G. Fairchild, Washing ton. U. C: J. D. Downing, Meadvillc, Pa.; Mrs. E. LeGro. Rapid City. N. D. ; II.1 E. Andrews. Salt Lake; F. H. Pot ter, Jr., Williams; G. B. Logan, Boston; J. P. Lynch, Louisville; J. E. Pitta, Cincinnnati; W. H. Bonebraknv LX ri ver; M. Apfelbaum, Cincinnati;. Mrs. T. Wi Shiel anu A. Shiel Pittsburg. Pa. HE HAL) PKOOF. "Say, ma. - -Well?' "There are seven liars in our class at school.' "Oh, I wouldn't say that, dear. You might be mistaken." "No." I ain't. Yesterday the teacher said all of us that nevt-r told a lie should hold up our hands." "And were there seven there who didn't hold up their hands?" "No. There were seven that did." Chicago Record-Herald. DANTE IN CHURCH GYMNASIUM. Young women ot the University of Chicago are rejoicing over the an nouncement that they will be permitted to dance in the gymnasium classes, de spite the fact that these classes are to To Close Out We have decided to quit the Gun and Ammunition Business, and to close it out quick, we will make some very interesting PRICES. Smith, Ithica, New Era arid other good makes. Everything in this line must go. We need the room. Dorris Bros. Furniture Co. Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers Established. 1887 22 to West Washington Street No Trouble to Show Goods Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention 13 and 15 East Washington St 'be held during the winter In the Sun day school room of the Hyde Park Baptist church. Positive asi-.urance was given yesterday by Dr. T. W. Good speed, secretary of the board of trus tees, that the "co-eds" would not be forbidden this pleasure, which is the favorite exercise of all the young wo men. Chicago Inter Ocean. Our reporter noticed that, a carload o.f vehicles had been shipped In here and were being peddled out to thxt ranchers. We inquired of our dealers if this could be done as cheaply as they could sell the same class of ve hicles and were ussured that it could not. and If any rancher would stop to figure a little he would see that he is paying from 5 to 30 per cent more tor these vehicles than he would have to pay to the . local dealer for the same vehicle. These people pay $100 for li censes for each peddler; then they have the expense of team hire, feed bills, helm hotel bills and rent, and these items, without counting salaries, an about $3T per day, and this the pur chaser always pays. Then he is buy ing from strangers and those who have no interest in the valley instead of deal ing with 'those who are trying to up build the community. These peoole sell on long time and of necessity their losses from bad debts are great, and these losses are paid by those who settle their notes or buy for cash. It's all figured in the price. We are as sured by our dealers that such wagons as these parties sell or $175 they will furnish at $125, and buggies for $100 that they sell for $140. Everything a. local dealer sells is guaranteed and anything that goes wrons he at once makes good. Those from a distance make a similar guar antee, but .the purchaser must return the defective part and & new one wil be sent. This takes time and the use of the vehicle Is lost while the parts are in tian3it. It Always Attracts Attention nnd our diKplay of China. Oias3vare, etc.. is the finest in Arizona. These are all new goods that we have selected with special reference to the require ments of the most exacting taste. The prices are at figures that" will suit the purchasers. Ilemember our line of high grade Sewing Machines on easy terms of credit, renting and repairing. RICHMOND -DAY CO. 21.23 E. Wuhln(ton St. Father Time is Markih Advent of the Season Last week we wore a coat, today we wear an overcoat. The cold blasts of Winter are reminding us of warmer things to wearj: and we are prepared to fit you out with all you need.,. : , : ;: mm-. mu -ry"- The Celebrated Jamestown Dressgoods are a specialty with us. These goods are well known and low priced, but strictly reliable. All new eoloYings, all novel weaves are found in our stock. Ye are brimful of Eiderdowns and Flannelettes," and have never sold them so reasonable. Cretonnes for 7 cents per yard, in handsome pat terns, can be found in abundance. Full, Complete lines of Quilts, Blankets, Robes, Pillows and Batting. We are headquartars br Oneita Underwear. They -come in s e prate pieces and Union Suits 20 cents and up. See us and save money. The New York DIANA DEE World Renowned Astrologer Has Arrived Madame Dee is the ilaURhtn-' of the celebrated Astrologer, I"r. Henry Pee, fo tomes naturally by her talent. She can tell you V juFt what to do. If you are in trouble, seek her. If in ill health, she will diagnose your case and cure you with her won derful magnetic healing owers. V Will give you lucky days, .;. months and years; tell you 'I when is your successful time f jr : any ventures. (Locating mints .;. a specialty. ! Madame Dee makes no charse unless readings are satisfactory. & Verbal Readings, "0 cts. and $1.00. Written Hor : oscope of Whole Life, ? $2.00. No. 22 North Third Avenue .PHOENIX. ARIZ. Consultation free. Open till 9 p. m. . ........ ... We are just now showing our line of soaps. We have most every kind that is made. - A largestock of he,;1 famous Amole Soaps, 25c box of 3 cakes and up. Roger & Oallet's and Lubln s fine soaps. You can get what you -want in soaps and save money. . - k?ife''-f5&-'ff.V-!;V .f L ELYEY & HULETT, The Live Druggists 5 and 7 East . Z Store Harry Brisley. Ve have made a special effort this season on our Perfumes. All the favorite odors of the leading American and foreign Perfumes, such as Palmer Kicksecker and Koger& Ciallet. We invite you to come here for your ' Perfumes and Toilet Articles, as our line is complete. We keep asking for your trade because we would like to get it, and we feel that it would be mutually advantageous if you would come to us to purchase all drug store goods that you need. The Brisley Drug OPEN ALL. The Home Side Horses and for Guests Will be ready for guests on October 1st. Five miles east of Phoenix on the Crosscut canal. Altitude 100 feet higher than the city of Phoenix. NO DUST. NO MUD, NO MALARIA. New, clean rooms. Plenty of shade and grass. Swings and croquet grounds. 500 feet to the beautiful, soothing-waterfall, where you may sit and dream the sunny hours away. Will call at any time and anywhere for guests and baggage free of charge. G. H. Clayson, Proprietor," She's Never At Home. Welt, do you wonder at it? Now just come into our store and let us fix up a room like this, and we will guar antee she will stay at home. We have nobby suits of furniture, now at $14.00 and up: Rockers at $1.50 and ' up; Chairs 90c and up: Springs $1.75 and up: MattresFes $3.50 and up: Tables $2.00 und up: Stands $1.25 and up; and Tinware too low to price. We have a full line of Household Goods, new and secondhand. All prices inside the cir cle. CALL ON US. Spears & Toncy, 32 and 34 W". Washington St. Just Returned from the Eastern markets, where we purchased an ' immense line of the Latest Novelties .in GOLD and SILVER.. When ..our, new fixtures., arrive we can iustly boast . of another one -of the.v..- Finest Jewelry Establishments in the world. Wait - : till we get fixed up. ' ' : GEO. H. COOK & CO., Arjona's Leading Jewelers 134 Wast Washington Street 9 Washington Street, Next to National Bank g the . r Underwear Hosiery Gloves Wool Dress Goods French Flannels Flannelettes ; ; , Eiderdown At the New York Store 218-224 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Your mail orders will have best and promptest attention . C. A. Larscn, Co., ADAMS HOTEL NIGHT Park Hotel Send Us Your Mail Orders. -We Have - ' Just What You. Want-. , S-V- ;: of Arizona. r sr.? .- V N r ml